Zodiac Killer letter, March 13th 1971

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Letter to the Los Angeles Times  (1971) 
by Zodiac Killer

March 13th 1971. Claims 17 victims. Sent to the Los Angeles Times, this was the first letter postmarked outside SF, in nearby Pleasanton.

This is the Zodiac speaking

Like I have allways said, I am crack proof. If the Blue Meannies are evere going to catch me, they had best get off their fat asses & do something. Because the longer they fiddle & fart around, the more slaves I will collect for my after life. I do have to give them credit for stumbling across my riverside activity, but they are only finding the easy ones, there are a hell of a lot more down there. The reason I'm writing to the Times is this, They don't bury me on the back pages like some of the others.

SFPD-0

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